Twitter say sorry for data breach involving business clients – Twitter has issued an apology to its business clients acknowledging that personal information may have been compromised, the BBC reported. “We’re very sorry this happened.We recognise and appreciate the trust you place in us, and are committed to earning that trust every day,” said an email to affected users seen by the news service.Twitter in December last year admitted a malicious code was inserted into its app by a bad actor that may have compromised some users’ information worldwide, including in India, as people woke up to an email from Twitter, warning them to update the app for Android.
The vulnerability within Twitter for Android could allow the bad actor to see non-public account information or to control your account (send Tweets or Direct Messages).
Twitter say sorry for data breach involving business clients – In May last year, Twitter disclosed a bug that shared some iOS users’ data with an unnamed partner, even if the users did not opt to share data. The bug affected Twitter’s iOS user base and they were notified about the issue.
In February, a bug in Twitter exposed private tweets of some Android users for over five years when they made changes in their settings, like changing the email address linked to their accounts.